69 were wen for the foundation of a town called Manikyapura and the construction of a Siva temple therein. An officer was left behind with sufficient money to carry out the orders*. He advanced on Kane! and after a fight won the damsel together with a large fortune. He carried away a number of images of various Gods including Saksi Gopala.f While he was returning home laden with the spoils of war, he wished to know k>wthe gods helped him. Then a person of the Gudiya caste brought to the king a whip and demanded from him the price of jaggery-water which he had supplied to two of his thirsty cavaliers who were marching in advance. The king took the whip, and rewarded him with the payment of gold coins. The acceptance of water by the gods at the hands of a Gudiya removed the ban upon that caste once for all. Then the king crossed the Godavari and encamped on the (eastern) side. Meanwhile the king oi' Kanci advancing against him with a large army stopped on the other side of the river. The king who succeeded in attaining his object with divine help now felt anxious and asked (his purdhit) Godavari Rajaguru to protect the army from attack by his miraculous powers. The puruhit pronounced a mantra, and the waters of the river began to swell rendering it imposible for the enemy to cro"ss. The king resumed his march and reached Jagannatha. There in the (main) temple in the Bhoga-maudapa in front of the God he installed the image of Saksi Gopalasvami (Skt. Satyavadi KrsnamurtL) As the God objected to his installation in the Bhoga-maiidapa, the king ordered the construction of a new temple in a village called Kamtulabayi (Skt. Caturdvara- nania-nagara,) on the bank of the Mahanad! and installed Sri Gopala in it. The king fixed his residence at Kataka in anticipation of his marriage with the padmim who also accompanied him. The king was about to enter her palace on the night after her *Thft foundation of Manifeyapatt*na |s &ot referred to in the Skt, f Skt.